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Austin, Texas - (Jan. 28th, 2008) - Troux Technologies, the leading provider of strategic IT planning software for Global 2000 enterprises and governments, announced a record year, spurred by enterprise demand for its solutions which arm IT teams to accelerate and scale business change initiatives.
Troux's software platform and solutions support business initiatives such as corporate cost reduction, geographic expansion, business consolidation, and mergers and acquisitions, which require instant visibility into the interdependencies of the organization's applications, technology, processes and people, providing actionable alternatives to accommodate organizational goals.
“We've seen a tremendous change in the way businesses view strategic IT planning. The CIO must have instant access to reliable intelligence, better insight into complex interdependencies and have the ability to assess impact analysis through scenario planning,’ said David Hood, CEO of Troux. “This has spurred a growing awareness for strategic IT planning software, embodied in Troux 7 and our entire product suite. Market adoption of Troux solutions resulted in our strongest year, and we are confident that this demand will extend our record momentum in 2008 and beyond.’
Troux Technologies develops solutions designed specifically to help companies strategically plan for business transformations such as reduction of costs and risks and supporting growth initiatives. Troux’s strategic planning software uniquely delivers timely, accurate and fresh data for dynamic planning with the ability to track progress, giving executives the visibility and information needed to make informed business decisions. More than 200 Global 2000 companies and government organizations, such as Astra Zeneca, Barclays, British Telecom, Warner Bros., Boeing, AMD and Dell, use Troux’s software platform to create an up-to-date view and contextual relationships of the business processes, technology and people that comprise the current company landscape. To learn more: www.troux.com.
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